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Automatically print downloaded files

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I have a small dillema; I'm developing a sort of web point of sale application using python as a controller. What I need is a way to automatically print a sequence of PDF files generated and downloaded by the browser to a default physical printer. I assume most of my POS terminals will work on windows yet my application server was designed on an Ubuntu Server plataform. Any Ideas?
Jan 14 '13 #1

✓ answered by leecorp

Use JavaScript
or
Create an addon for any browser (Fire Fox)

The Ask them to install it

The You can control the Webpage and Browser ask you like

Other wise Create and application that can scan the Directory where the Files are downloaded then Print them using that application, like the Unattended Installation (Type) scenario

Hope this Works for You
Have Good Day

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Use JavaScript
or
Create an addon for any browser (Fire Fox)

The Ask them to install it

The You can control the Webpage and Browser ask you like

Other wise Create and application that can scan the Directory where the Files are downloaded then Print them using that application, like the Unattended Installation (Type) scenario

Hope this Works for You
Have Good Day
Jan 15 '13 #2

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